Wisla Can-Pack Krakow will play for a European crown in April but they won't have a shot at the Polish women's title.
|Polkowice power forward Daria Mieloszynska on her way to the basket|
Jose Hernandez's team crashed out of the PLKK play-offs over the weekend, falling 75-66 in the Quarter-Finals to CCC Polkowice.
Belarus international Nataliya Trafimava poured in 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Polkowice.
Amisha Carter contributed 20 points and 14 boards.
In defeat, Poland international Ewelina Kobryn finished with 16 points and seven rebounds.
Wisla have hurt their chances of playing in next year's EuroLeague Women by losing.
In the Polish Semi-Finals, Polkowice, who played in the EuroCup Women this season, will go up against Gorzow - the side led by Poland national team coach Dariusz Maciejewski.
In the other last-four clash in Poland, Lotos Gdynia will take on Energa Torun.